What is it? Set 380

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This week's set of photos has been posted:
http://55tools.blogspot.com/2011/03/set-380.html
Rob
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2194. Baccarat card shoe 2196. A puller for something. Karl
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Card shoe is correct but I don't know if it's specifically for Baccarat.

Nope
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Rob H. wrote:

It looks indistinguishable from the ones they used at Mystic Lake Indian casino (Minnesota) for 8-deck blackjack. :-)
In Loughlin NV, they actually deal with their hands. :-)
Cheers! Rich
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I said Baccarat because I saw it on James Bond or one of the other 60's spy movies at a Baccarat table.
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2194. Baccarat card shoe 2196. A puller for something.
Karl
======= 2196 looks like a special purpose spring compressor (engine valve removal)
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2192 These look like broaches... Metalworking tools. Like files, but with carefully, and precisely machined teeth. Pulled (or pushed or both) through the workpiece to make controlled-shape interior slots or holes.
2194 Card dealer's shoe. Makes it hard for the dealer to deal seconds or from the bottom. Also makes it harder for the players to see marked cards.
On 3/17/2011 5:19 AM, Rob H. wrote:

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You're in the right ballpark but not quite correct.

Yes
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On 3/17/2011 6:49 PM, Rob H. wrote:

2192 looks llike a plane makers float used to remove wood when cutting out the throat on a wooden hand plane. Could be also a gunsmiths inletting float file. Looks to have a star drill on the end for boring or enlarging holes in wood.
2194 butter mould box for forming butter into blocks
2196 a bearing pusher designed to push a shaft out of a bearing . or an automotive steering tie rod end seperator .
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The last four words of this answer are correct, though there is a particular name for this type of tool, it's not a float.

It's not a pusher or a separator.
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On 3/17/2011 9:06 PM, Rob H. wrote:

Tapered Reamer is all I can think for making tapered mortices in chair legs .
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2196 is a BFA Blank firing adapter - It clamps the the end of a M16 when firing blanks to force pressure back down the gas tube which operates the bolt to eject and chamber another round.
Clay
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Clay wrote:

It probably is but it would double as a ball joint removal tool.
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Good answer and description, this is correct.
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Clay wrote:

What could possibly possess anyone to load an M16 with blanks? What does it accomplish?
Thanks, Rich
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2192: is a mortise rasp
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2195 is stanchions for cattle. Anybody who has worked on a dairy farm has seen these. These are the fancy ones. On my farm, growing up, we used wood ones. They hold the cow in place so you can milk them.
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Michaels wrote:

I thought for goats, but at 14" long and 9.5" high it's too small even for them.
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Lee

Oops, I read the measurements wrong. They have be a model of some kind then. Salesman's sample?
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"Lee Michaels" <leemichaels*nadaspam* at comcast dot net> writes:

at 9" high, this is probably a salesman's sample.
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